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Al Jazeera America
Dec 3, 2013 11:00pm EST
before the disaster. lisa stark has more on that. >> they wouldn't say what condition rockefella may have been in. there's no indication of mechanical problems. the brakes, which was barrelling at 82 miles per hour into a 30 miles per hour curve, the brakes were working fine out all the stocks. here is m.t.s.b. board member earl wiener. >> there's no indications that the break systems were not functioning properly. rocker fella was on the second day of a nine hour shift. he should have had plenty of time to get a full night's sleep before showing up on monday n morning for the 5am run. they'll look into that. another issue is positive train control, ptc, a system that rail roads are installing that would allow a computer system to take over control of the train to stop or slow it if the engineer fails to act in a dangerous situation. the m.t.s.b. has been calling for it for decades. it may have made a difference here. the m.t.s.b. who operates the line said it budgets $620 million for positive train control, but says it and others will not meet the mandated deadline of 2015 to have the sy
Dec 7, 2013 3:00pm PST
. there were no promises. he received the personalized cell therapy in may. for a month john and lisa watched offer their son. do you remember the moment where they said, hey, this appears to be working? >> they came back and said we don't see any leukemia cells. that was the point where we're definitely headed down the right path. >> reporter: exactly how the treatment works is complicated but nick is pretty good at explaining it. >> they took out t-cells out of my body and engineered them to track down the cancer cells and kill them off. >> reporter: did they get them? >> i hope so so i think they did pretty well. >> reporter: watch as this gray cancer killing cell on the left, attack the green cancer cell, which gets smaller and actually dies. doctors tried this in 59 patients. 25 are now cancer free. >> our hopes is he will be cured and he can put aside this and start moving forward. >> i just want him to be able to enjoy a normal kid's life. >> reporter: his biggest thing right now is he is looking forward to getting his learner's permit. >> and soon instead of playing with toy cars, joh
Dec 7, 2013 4:00pm PST
. awesomesauce! huh! my twin sister always says that. wait...lisa? julie?! you sound really different on the phone. do i sound pleasant? for once in your life you sound very pleasant. at discover, we treat you like you'd treat you. free fico® credit score. get the it card at but then it goes to the die. so try glow unstopables. they fill your closet with scents so fresh they last for 12 weeks! [ male announcer ] unstopables. america's best scent booster. >>> they're being called generation stress, american teen-agers feeling so much more pressure than their parents did when their parents were young. a survey found 38% of parents found their kids in high school reported experiencing what they described as a lot of stress. cnn's kelly wallace talked with two families to get their opinions on the pressures facing teens today. >> i sometimes push myself to almost the breaking point, and they're always telling me, oh, take a break, you need to relax, you need to live a little. but i say no. >> reporter: you're preparing for your high school tests, you have your a
FOX Business
Dec 6, 2013 1:00pm EST
, that is howard a senior consultant at a company called bpi group. bpi group helps executives like lisa get jobs like this which you did, right. >> correct. absolutely. when i was ready to take on my job search had a coach with the process. >> look how long people are on unemployment. that number ticked up a little bit this month. 37 weeks is the average number of weeks somebody is on unemployment. it used to be that high-end clients, like the executives howard, right, usually got a job faster. that is not happening right now. >> no, not at the moment. people are finding it is taking longer especially because there is so much competition from all over the world. so you might be great at what you do but there are other people that are equally as good. >> take a look though. still helps if you have got a good degree. if you look at numbers on that. this is bpi study. you at least, got a job in a fairly short period of time. you were at mcdonald's as director for a long time. decided you wanted to make a move. you hadn't looked for a job -- >> over 11 years. it's a different market out there. diffe
Dec 9, 2013 7:00am PST
the way they should. awesomesauce! huh! my twin sister always says that. wait...lisa? julie?! you sound really different on the phone. do i sound pleasant? for once in your life you sound very pleasant. at discover, we treat you like you'd treat you. free fico® credit score. get the it card at >>> for 36 years the kennedy center has honored artists that influence american culture. last night they honored a legendary actress and four musical giants. ♪ sing us the song of the piano man ♪ >>> billy joel looked on as they paid tribute. the six-time grammy award winner was among five artists to receive the kennedy center honor. the award recognizes a lifetime of artistic achievement. >> this is a national honor. it's given by the country. not just people who like my music, but it's an american thing. it's real honor. >> tonight began with a personal salute from the president. >> when you first become president, one of the questions people ask you is what's really going on at area 51? when i wanted to know i called shrly shirley maclaine. >> later they we
Al Jazeera America
Dec 4, 2013 6:00am EST
far too fast, more than 80 miles an hour down the track. the question is why? lisa stark joins us from washington. what is the latest? >> that train should have been going at 30 miles an hour around the curve. there are no published reports this morning including from wabc, those reports indicate that the engineer, william rockefeller has said he may have zoned out at the controls. he may have dosed off and then snapped awake too late to stop the train in time the ntsb will continue to interview the engineer and also look back at >>> welcome to al jazeera america. i'm stephanie sy. the engineer who was at the controls of the commuter train that derailed in new york city may have nodded off before the crash. that's according to a union rep who spoke with the driver william rockefeller. alcohol tests on the crew members were negative. >>> the governor of illinois says he will sign a bill that will eliminate the state's pension shortfall. opponents say it is unfair to workers and retirees who paid into the system. vice president joe biden was
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